Finding My Inspiration24 Mar 2016 in Personal
I’ve been having a lot of trouble lately, feeling like I’m not doing the things I need to do to move towards my personal goals or ensure that I continue to do interesting work. As one of several things I’m trying to do, I’m trying to catalog things that have inspired me recently, or whose work I aspire to imitate. This is a no-particular-order list of classes, presentations, videos, papers, and other that remind me why I love working in Information Security, in hopes that it will help me find my mojo and enthusiasm for what I do again.
- Reverse engineering hardware for software reversers: studying an encrypted external HDD
- RPISEC Modern Binary Exploitation
- RPISEC Malware Analysis
- Planning Effective Red Team Exercises
- Tales of a Bug Bounty Hunter
- IOActive Labs Research: Got 15 minutes to kill? Why not root your Christmas gift?
- CVE-2016-1562: Unauthenticated “filter” parameter leads to customer information leak in the DTE Energy Insight app – jeffq, published
- jhaddix/tbhm: The Bug Hunters Methodology
- An Introduction to radare2 – sushant94
- XSS via PNG Content Types
- Encoding Web Shells in PNG IDAT chunks
- Exfiltration at Lightspeed - Faster Blind SQL Injection
- Uber Bug Bounty: Turning Self-XSS into Good-XSS – fin1te